Six Major California Payers Agree to Join Value-Based Primary Care Initiative

Six payers have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to become the first members of the California Advanced Primary Care Initiative, a new program intended to expand the use of value-based primary care in the state.

The initiative is in its early stages, and plenty of work needs to be done to finalize the plans, according to participants in the program who spoke with AIS Health, a division of MMIT. But the agreement calls for the companies to work together to increase their investment in primary care, contract with providers in value-based arrangements, adopt measures that will be publicly released, and hold practices accountable for meeting benchmarks and reward them for strong performance.

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